We’ve all been there, you finish cleaning your window expecting a crystal clear shine, only to find smudges and streaks. Achieving the perfect shine can sometimes be a challenge on glass surfaces. Here are some tips for achieving a streak-free shine with our world’s best glass surface cleaner for when elbow grease isn’t enough.
Paper towels are most commonly used, but they can often leave behind lint which can make your windows look dirty. When cleaning windows always use a clean, dry paper towel or lint-free cloth to clean glass surfaces. Coffee filters, recycled t-shirts, or crumpled up newspapers are also great for wiping down glass surfaces.
When cleaning windows, use horizontal strokes on one side and vertical strokes on the other. If you miss a spot, it’s easy to pinpoint which side of the window it’s on. It is also recommended to start cleaning from top to bottom. With our foam-action formula, worrying about dripping becomes a worry of the past.
Use cotton swabs or small foam paintbrushes to clean corners and crevices of windows, mirrors and glass tables where your cloth can’t reach. Just lightly douse the tip with our glass cleaner.
Glass Cleaning Wipes are a convenient way to keep your on-the-go glass surfaces clean. Keep a package of wipes ready and handy in your vehicle or bag for items such as binoculars, camera lenses, telescope lenses, bicycle mirrors, and goggles. Wipes also take care of smears and build up on the inside of the windshield.
Sprayway Glass Cleaners are perfect for stovetop cleaning. Make sure to use gentler tools such as microfiber cloths to avoid scratches and never clean your stovetop while the surface is still hot.
While it may seem like it would be easier to clean windows better with the sun streaming in, it’s actually the opposite. The heat from the sun can prematurely dry your window cleaner, leading to reside and streaks. Wait for a cloudy day and use for a streak-free shine.
Using a vacuum is one way to get into all those hard to reach cracks in the window track. However, a toothbrush is an even better way to get into every little crevice effectively and efficiently.